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Lloyd Harbor Long Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Lloyd Harbor is one of the towns that make up Suffolk County located on the north coast of the Long Island district in New York City, United States of America. The area identified by the official name of the Incorporated Village of Lloyd Harbor, which is established more precisely in the town of Huntington. In 2013, the population of Lloyd Harbor was made up of about 3,677 people who lived in the town at that time, data that was recorded during a census in that same year. It was assigned the number 11743 as its primary code to serve the village postal service.

The town of Lloyd Harbor covers an area of about 10.6 square miles or 27 km2 in total, of which 12.03 percent are water and 9.4 square miles or 24 km2 are landing, according to data provided by the United States Census Bureau. In 1654, about 3,000 acres of land were sold by the Native Americans of Matinecock to the English settlers of Oyster Bay, whose area is now known as Lloyd Neck. Caumsett was the termination used by El Matinecock to refer to this specific region.

James Lloyd was the one who acquired the land in 1676, which was then given to his son Henry, who was dedicated to the cultivation of the land and also built a house that has survived with time and that today located within the Caumsett State Park. For those coming from New York City, this village became a stop for steamboats in the 1880s, bringing, in turn, several wealthy New Yorkers and city tourists.

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